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On 3 December 2019, Andreas Frick received the Marcel Dassault Award for his work on the processing of sensory information in the ASD.





A post-doc position in electrophysiology, optogenetics and functional imaging is available in the group of Dr. Nathalie Sans (Neurocentre Magendie).

We are looking for highly motivated researchers to analyse and manipulate hippocampal circuits involved in specific behavioural paradigms. The successful candidate is expected to have a strong interest in neuroscience with an expertise in whole-cell patch clamp, optogenetics and/or viral manipulation (preferably in the DG-CA3 network). The offered position is part of ongoing projects regarding the plasticity of the hippocampal network organization under pathophysiological conditions.

The ideal candidate should have a Ph.D. degree in neuroscience, physiology, or a related field (within the past five years and ideally is less than 35 years old). Candidates should be highly self-motivated, energetic, able to work independently and in collaboration.
There is some flexibility in the starting date, with preference within the first semester of 2020.

Applications should include a detailed CV with publication list, a brief statement of research experience and interests and at least two references to Dr. Nathalie Sans.

Contract length: 2 years

Contact

Nathalie Sans
nathalie.sans@inserm.fr




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21/11/2019
Cyril Herry, an influential researcher!

Thanks to the 5200 citations of his work, Cyril Herry appears in the ranking Clarivate Analytics of the most influential researchers in the last 10 years. This ranking is based on data and analysis through ralises bibliomtriques experts from the Institute for Scientific Information Web of Science Group. The Web of Science Group recognizes 6 216 scientists who have demonstrated significant influence your product using their peers by publishing numerous articles that rank among the 1% most cits per domain per year. The analysis covers the period 2008-2018. Only 10 other researchers from Inserm and 4 others from the University of Bordeaux are included in this ranking. Congratulations Cyril!





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08/10/2019
Dopamine 2020 in Montreal!

Program available here: https://dopaminesociety.org/program/